Please Click Hereto view the Frequently Asked Questions document regarding the February 8th bond election and the building project. These questions will provide answers to give our shareholders a better understanding of the project. Like always, contact the school if you have any questions,...
Here is the information for the next Parent Guidance Mental Health Series event scheduled for Dec. 1, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. Please refer to attached flier for information about the event and how to register.
CLICK HERE for the November Edition of the Mustang Monthly Newspaper!!
The kindergarten students did an excellent job performing for family and friends at the Native American Program Monday evening. This is a yearly tradition that takes place right before Thanksgiving and is organized and put on by elementary counselor and middle school teacher, Mrs. McKay, with help from kindergarten teachers, Mrs. Sturtz and Mrs. Klein. Great job Kindergarteners! view image
Dear Ennis Mustang Families and Ennis Community, First and foremost, Happy Thanksgiving! It was a very short week here at school and it was apparent that there is excitement in the air about the extended break coming up! I am hoping that everyone gets the opportunity to relax and enjoy time with family and friends. Just a reminder, no school tomorrow! There is a special school board meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, November 24th at 8am in the HS lobby to discuss the possibility of canceling a bus route and for the board to approve the bond committee action plan. The bond committee is made up of administration, trustees, and community members and will be responsible for getting important building information out to the voters so they can make an informed decision. You will be seeing more information throughout the Ennis School District on the project as well as Frequently Asked Questions. We strongly encourage folks to read the information and the FAQs to learn more. This project is a very large scale project to accommodate current and future growth, enhance a safe and positive learning environment, and improve site safety. All building information is on the school website www.ennissschools.org. As far as the bus route discussion is concerned, the trustees will discuss the possibility of canceling a route as we will be short a driver in a couple weeks. This will be only discussion tomorrow with no action being taken. Our covid numbers continue to stay low, which I am happy to announce that there were no new covid-19 cases this week at school. This marks two weeks in a row of no cases, which is great. We appreciate everyone’s attention to minimizing the spread and keeping your children home if they are sick. We have been very pleased in keeping our doors open! That’s all for now. We need to continue our efforts in working together and moving in a positive direction. Happy Thanksgiving.
Mrs. Brozovich's 4th Graders would like to thank Janet Dochnahl, Liz Davis, Penny Hall, and Margaret Chaika for helping them make Cornhusk Dolls last week. They turned out awesome! Thank you so much! view image
Just a reminder to all families that school will be in session just Monday and Tuesday this week. There will be no school Wednesday through Friday to allow families travel time for Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving!